“Instant Counting is an instant hit!   Arithmaroo, you should take a bow!” –Ashley Allain, math educator and homeschooling mother of 4 at hyperhomeschool blog

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Arithmaroo 1

A Counting Math Game for Kids

Ages: 4+

Give your child the gift of math.

If you think you’re bad at math, Arithmaroo math apps are for you and your child.

Watch your child focus on this game. Your child will probably count the dots or fingers one by one.  But counting  by twos, then fives, and then tens won’t be fast enough. Soon your child will just see “how many” in the patterns.

Watch how the math game causes little “ahas!” about how numbers work.  Your child will see numbers in a new way. He or she will get that “feel” for numbers that all students who are “good at math” have.

Arithmaroo 1, Instant Counting, lays the foundation for instant adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing. With the Arithmaroo system, the stress and pressure of being “bad at math” will not be a part of your child’s life.

Here’s what makes Arithmaroo 1 special:

  • It’s a simple and engaging game.
  • It’s a “right brain” approach. Instead of counting and reasoning, players see number patterns and relationships.
  • It develops “number sense,” that important “feel’ for numbers that leads to math success
  • Kids develop early math confidence. Adults are surprised at how challenging even the first levels of the game can be.
  • Arithmaroo uses a fun kids game format. Dots and hand prints on cave walls form patterns that represent numbers. Scores can be saved for up to four players at four levels of difficulty. Players race against their last scores, moving from “You got it!” to “You’re faster!” to “You’re instant!”
  • Arithmaroo supports math standards and curriculum. It’s easy for families and teachers to apply Arithmaroo in their everyday lifestyles and classrooms.

{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

Ashley Allain February 12, 2010 at 1:13 pm

Great app! Read my review at http://bit.ly/9F6MdL . Can’t wait to see more from the Arithmaroo team! Congrats!

Lynn Rasmussen February 12, 2010 at 1:20 pm

We’re cheering!! Yay!!
It’s a happy day!
Thanks so much for your outstanding review, Ashley.

Lynn Rasmussen September 15, 2010 at 1:57 pm

Hi Sheila, Thanks for buying MathGirl! Your granddaughter is a sharp girl. Does she have a treehouse yet for her garden? She has to be fast to earn enough points to get one.

It’s important for children to gain fluency with numbers–To understand the patterns that numbers make and to see their relationships to each other.

As MathGirls get faster, they go beyond counting and learn to see how numbers really work. They also add and multiply to get answers faster.

We’re doing the final testing on MathGirl Addition House right now. Girls who already add will get faster and more fluent. Also, the house is too cute! If you have both apps, you can put the garden and house together.

Thanks for asking!

Anne Batt May 18, 2011 at 1:45 pm

Do you have arithmaroo or mathgirl for iPad? They sound like great apps!

Lynn Rasmussen May 18, 2011 at 3:22 pm

Our apps work quite well on the ipad but we didn’t design them or redesign for the ipad. iTunes even featured MathGirl as an ipad app for a while. Sorry!

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